Celebrating Life, not Death

Amanda Houtz, Staff writer

December 3, 2017

Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Latin American tradition, and is dedicated to the gathering of family and friends to remember those who have passed. It is celebrated all over the world in countries such as Mexico,...

Hedwig and The Angry Inch Review

Seren Cho, Writer

November 15, 2016

     The national tour of the hit musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch premiered November 1st at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre. This revival stars Glee’s Darren Criss as Hedwig and Tony award winner Lena Hall as Hedwig’s h...

Beach Goth: Halloween’s Music Festival

Fiona K., Writer

October 18, 2016

      There is a crossroad between ghosts and Gucci Mane.  That crossroad is located at Santa Ana’s most popular music venue, The Observatory.  Once a year since 2012, The Observatory has hosted a music festival known a...

Hakuna Matata!! – The Lion King to be Remade

Jacob Dominguez, Writer

September 30, 2016

     Fresh off the roaring success of The Jungle Book, Disney is looking to adapt one of their most successful movies into live action, The Lion King. On Wednesday, the day of the announcement it was announced that the fil...

UC Irvine’s Team of Brains, not Brawn

Cashel Downs, Writer

September 30, 2016

PV High School has a surplus of sports teams, many of which have Frosh-Soph, Junior Varsity, and Varsity teams. There are even a few spaces for golf and rugby on this already very extensive list. However, there’s a type of sp...

Upcoming Art Exhibits

Marina DuVernet, Photographer

September 30, 2016

If you’re an art enthusiast like me and have some time on your hands, then you’re in luck. I’ve handpicked a collection of the best local art exhibits for you to visit. The artists featured in these eclectic exhibits use ...

Rogue One: A Story of Courage

Jacob Dominguez, Writer

September 30, 2016

One would think maybe another Star Wars film should wait a few more years, but it looks like the Star Wars hype train (or hype starspeeder) is just getting started and is ready to jump into hyperspace.

Game Review: Ori and the Blind Forest

Cashel Downs, Writer

September 28, 2016

Does anyone remember those 2-D, pixelated platform games? Early Super Mario, Metroid, and Castlevania?. In multiple gaming review sites, Ori and the Blind Forest is being called the “Metroidvania” of the current generation console. Combined with Metacritic’s rating of 88% and Steam’s rating of 10/10, it’s safe to say that this title is a compliment.

Kubo and the Two Strings: The Magic of Storytelling

Jamie D.

September 19, 2016

Set in wondrous, Edo-era Japan, Kubo (Art Parkinson) the main character, is a young boy living a quiet life with his sick mother. With the music from his magical instrument, a shamisen, Kubo uses origami to create his story.

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The World of Creations: Digital Animation

Nicole Mar, Staff Writer

May 26, 2013

Animations, comic books, and Friday movie days at school? Any Seaking can experience all of that in one art class: Digital Animation. With an “easy, relaxing environment,” Mrs. Jimenez teaches students how “to tell stories...

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